Air drive - the flow rate is controlled by the amount of air entering the drive. A display gives an exact reading of the volume pumped.

Manual electric – the flow rate is controlled by a potentiometer.

Synchronized electric – the flow rate can be synchronized with the output rate any piston pump.

AL-403.6 Air

The Aliva-403.6 Air is driven by compressed air. Therefore 7 bar and 3 Nm3/min of compressed air are required. The pump can be adjusted to deliver between the following volume ranges:

DL10: 40-240 liters/h
DL18: 150-700 liters/h

AL-403.6 Manual

The flow rate is controlled by a potentiometer on the frequency converter.
It delivers a volume of 30 – 700 liters/h.

AL-403.6 Synchro

The output is automatically regulated according to the output of the rotor machine or concrete pump. After programming the amount of cement in the concrete and the volume per revolution or stroke, the control system converts the required delivery rate.

In addition, dosing is started and stopped synchronously with the feeding machine.
The pump delivers from 30 to 700 liters/h.

Key specification

  • AL-403.6 Air pumping output: 40 - 700 litre/h
  • AL-403.6 Manual pumping output: 30 – 700 liters/h
  • AL-403.6 Synchro pumping output: 30 - 700 litre/h
  • Additive-adding for dry and wet spraying
  • Reliable and rugged
  • Combine with any pump or rotor machine



  • Inox fitting with manometer and push switch
  • Air or electric drives
  • Manual or synchronized output adjustments
  • Suction hose with lance


  • Precise dosing (factory set)
  • For dry and wet spraying
  • Stepless output adjustment
  • Compact and robust design
  • Dry run resistant



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